G20 Review: Update on Progress
TORONTO, March 2, 2012 /CNW/ – Over the past several months, the G20 Review has been working diligently on the analysis of the questions and issues stated in its Terms of Reference and on its final report.
New documents and information were recently made available to the G20 Review and more relevant information is expected shortly. The analysis of these new documents and information will delay the completion of the final report. The G20 Review is committed to producing a final report that considers all available information.
The G20 Review will continue to work on its final report while silmultaneously reviewing the new information that has and will be made avaialble. The G20 Review understands the importance of producing an accurate and complete final report as expeditiously as possible. In order to keep the public informed, the G20 Review will provide an update concerning its progress by April 13, 2012. This update will include an estimate of when the final report will be complete for transmission to the Toronto Police Services Board
About the Review
The Independent Civilian Review into Matters Relating to the G20 Summit was launched on September 23, 2010 by the Toronto Police Services Board. The Review will examine issues concerning the role the Board played with respect to the policing of the G20 Summit that was held in Toronto on June 25-27, 2010. It will also examine the role played by the Toronto Police Service during the G20 Summit, with a view to determining whether the plans developed and implemented were adequate and effective for policing of the Summit. The Board appointed the Honourable John W. Morden, a former Associate Chief Justice of Ontario, to conduct the Review and provide a report and recommendations.
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